Valparaíso is one of the oldest cities in Chile. Its origins date back to 1536 and today it is the seat of the Legislative Power and was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
It is built in a beautiful bay surrounded by 43 hills and its history is characterized by the influx of European immigrants who passed through it and left their mark on the architecture of the city and cultural institutions.
Viña del Mar
Viña del Mar is known as the Garden City, for its large number of parks and green areas. It is located just minutes from the city of Valparaíso and is considered by Chileans to be the best city in the country to live and work.
It has attractive beaches, such as Reñaca Beach, Las Salinas and Concón. Because of its tourist appeal, it has a large number of commerce, restaurants, and bars, as well as important hotels of international chains.
Nestled between the Cordillera de la Costa and the Pacific Ocean in central Chile's valleys, this region is internationally renowned for its massive wine production.
The valley produces outstanding and pioneering fresh whites and cold-climate reds. Among its most emblematic strains are Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, as well as red strains such as Pinot Noir and Syrah.
Cajón del Maipo
Cajón del Maipo is a canyon located in the Andean southeastern portion of the Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile. It encompasses the upper Maipo River basin, where the river has entrenched itself in a narrow valley. The zone features a series of confluent rivers such as the El Volcán River, Yeso River, and Colorado River, as well as other minor streams.
The canyon is a popular tourist destination for hikers and campers.